Piangi in The Phantom of the Opera

Eric Anthony Lopez

Eric Anthony Lopez is a trained opera singer who crosses the genres and has been working hard making all of his Broadway and dreams come true. Eric has sung at the Sydney Opera House, The Dubai Opera, Birmingham Opera Co in the UK & Carmen in London. Currently, Eric covers the leading opera tenor role of Ulbaldo Piangi in the long-running Broadway franchise The Phantom of the Opera.  Eric has also been seen starring as Tony in the 2018 Revival of Terrence McNally’s Master Class. He came to New York at 19 in The Off-Broadway Production of The Jackie Mason Musical & is member of 2019 Tony Award Winning Broadway Inspirational Voices. Eric loves to connect to his Phantom fans through meet-and-greets, coachings, and Q&As.  Don’t forget to ask him what it was like being cast as the youngest actor playing Piangi in The Phantom of the Opera in Musical Theatre History. Now’s your chance to connect with him now!

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Eric Anthony Lopez is a trained opera singer who crosses the genres and has been working hard making all of his Broadway and dreams come true. Eric has sung at the Sydney Opera House, The Dubai Opera, Birmingham Opera Co in the UK & Carmen in London. Currently, Eric covers the leading opera tenor role of Ulbaldo Piangi in the long-running Broadway franchise The Phantom of the Opera.  Eric has also been seen starring as Tony in the 2018 Revival of Terrence McNally’s Master Class. He came to New York at 19 in The Off-Broadway Production of The Jackie Mason Musical & is member of 2019 Tony Award Winning Broadway Inspirational Voices. Eric loves to connect to his Phantom fans through meet-and-greets, coachings, and Q&As.  Don’t forget to ask him what it was like being cast as the youngest actor playing Piangi in The Phantom of the Opera in Musical Theatre History. Now’s your chance to connect with him now!